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Software Library: C64

The Commodore 64, also known as the C64 or the CBM 64, is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International (first shown at the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, January 7–10, 1982). It has been listed in the Guinness World Records as the highest-selling single computer model of all time, with independent estimates placing the number sold between 10 and 17 million units.


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Commodore 64 Miscellaneous Contributions
Commodore 64 Miscellaneous Contributions
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129
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16,001
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Miscellaneous C64 emulations.
Software Library C64: Public Domain
Software Library C64: Public Domain
collection
1,418
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75,649
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Public Domain Disks for the Commodore 64.
Software Library: C64 Applications
Software Library: C64 Applications
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3,136
ITEMS
274,549
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Applications, Utilities and Tools for the Commodore 64.
Software Library: C64 Boulder Dash
Software Library: C64 Boulder Dash
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1,449
ITEMS
74,809
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Custom and hacked levels of the game Boulder Dash for Commodore 64.
Software Library: C64 Demos
Software Library: C64 Demos
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30,701
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2.3M
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To some, the heart of the Demoscene - the self-playing examples of programming and artistic prowess of the last 30 years on the underpowered but extremely flexible C64. These demos will play in the browser.
Software Library: C64: Cover Discs
Software Library: C64: Cover Discs
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64
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4,868
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Cover discs from Commodore 64 Products (Magazines and Self-Released)
Software Library: C64: Derbyshire Ram
Software Library: C64: Derbyshire Ram
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6,938
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249,021
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 Barry Joynes  aka “Derbyshire Ram” was one of the greatest and appreciated crackers on the c64 scene from the early days of the c64 commercial games , additionly  he had many contacts worldwide , and considered Indisputably a real pioneer as a cracker , he gained a large comminuty of fans and mates who admire his work and his awesome personality. 
Software Library: C64: Diskmags (Commercial)
Software Library: C64: Diskmags (Commercial)
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2,591
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161,998
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Commerically-released Commodore 64 disk magazines.
Software Library: C64: Educational
Software Library: C64: Educational
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1,090
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124,573
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A wide variety of educational (and "edutainment") titles for the Commodore 64, playable in the browser.
Software Library: C64: Games
Software Library: C64: Games
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18,873
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3.6M
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A wide variety of games and entertainment software for the Commodore 64, playable in the browser.
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Shoot'Em-Up Construction Kit (a.k.a. SEUCK) is a game creation system for the Commodore 64, Amiga and Atari ST created by Sensible Software and published by Outlaw (part of Palace Software) in 1987. It allows the user to make simple shoot 'em ups by drawing sprites and backgrounds and editing attack patterns. The advertising promoted the Kit with the phrase "By the programmers of Wizball and Parallax". The Kit presents users with a series of menus for customising every aspect of the...
Software Library: C64: The Cracks
Software Library: C64: The Cracks
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26,035
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1.5M
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This is a large-scale collection of cracked software for the Commodore 64: Usually containing title screens and animations by crackers, as well as modifications or cheat menus for the programs inside. They're included to allow easy access to all the variations of C64 software released, although other collections in the C64 Software Library are better focused.
Software Library: Commodore 64 Compilations
Software Library: Commodore 64 Compilations
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1,339
ITEMS
131,369
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Commodore 64 compilation disks are sets of (usually cracked) games or programs meant to save download time by being placed together on the same floppy disk.
Software Library: Commodore 64 Showcase
Software Library: Commodore 64 Showcase
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61
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76,305
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A collection of emulated-in-browser top-rated Commodore 64 games, demos and programs to enjoy and learn from the history of this important computer system. Misspellings to help searchers: commadore comodore
Software Library: Commodore 64: Diskmags (Scene)
Software Library: Commodore 64: Diskmags (Scene)
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3,101
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269,892
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Commodore 64 Disk Magazines, self-contained executable issues with writings, sound and graphics, often put out monthly, and covering items of interest to various scenes. All should be executable in the browser.
Software Library: Commodore 64: Music Disks
Software Library: Commodore 64: Music Disks
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604
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103,843
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Commodore 64 Music Disks - disks intended to play music with a possible jukebox interface, or simply play songs one after another. Some were ripped from games or programs and presented on their own to allow enjoyment without the games themselves.
Software Library: Commodore C64 Cracktros
Software Library: Commodore C64 Cracktros
collection
292
ITEMS
43,667
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Commodore C64 cracktros.
The Ultimate Tape Archive (C64)
The Ultimate Tape Archive (C64)
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1,544
ITEMS
227,843
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Welcome to the most complete Commodore 64 cassette archive that exists. By complete, we do not mean it's all the titles ever made, but all tapes are complete with coverscans and manuals all in one place for you to enjoy. We have used Tape Manager V1.3 (https://csdb.dk/release/?id=172213) to organize the content, so that it can easily be used with the NOVA64 front end (https://csdb.dk/release/index.php?id=172356) which also has features to run the images on both emulators and real C64s. You are...